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WING CHUN MARTIAL ARTS SYSTEM
Wing Chun Kuen (traditional Chinese: 詠春拳), usually called Wing Chun (詠春), as well as Ving Tsun, is a concept-based traditional Southern Chinese Kung fu (wushu) style and a form of self-defense, that requires quick arm movements and strong legs to defeat opponents. Softness (via relaxation) and performance of techniques in a relaxed manner is fundamental to Wing Chun.
WING TSUN MARTIAL ARTS SYSTEM
Leung Ting (Chinese: 梁挺; pinyin: Liáng Tǐng; born 28 February 1947) is a last closed door disciple of Yip Man,
and is the founder and president of the International Wing Tsun Association. Leung chose the spelling of Wing Tsun
to differentiate his teachings from those of other Wing Chun schools, and to keep them from passing off
their style as his own. (There is no standard romanization of Cantonese; the Chinese characters remain the same.)
ORIGINS OF WING CHUN
Origins of Wing Chun remain unclear, as Wing Chun has been passed from teacher to student verbally rather
than in writing, making it difficult to confirm (or clarify) differing accounts of the martial art’s creation.
LEGEND OF WING CHUN
For a long time, Wing Chun’s creation had been attributed to Ng Mui, one of the legendary Five Elders.
According to a popular legend, after being inspired by witnessing a crane and a snake fighting,[b] Ng Mui
incorporated their movements into her style of Chinese kung fu to form a new, yet-unnamed martial art system.
Later, Ng Mui would teach this art to a woman named Yim Wing-chun who used it to as a means to defend herself
against unwanted advances and latter’s name would also become the name of this style.
ANOTHER MORE CONCRETE HISTORIE
Another, more concrete account is that Wing Chun was developed by people associated with the Red Boat Opera Company,
a group of traveling Cantonese opera singers who toured China in the late 1800s and early 1900s who formed a popular
uprising against the Qing Dynasty. Nearly all extant lineages of Wing Chun (except the Pao Fa Lien and Hek Ki
Boen branches) claim to descend from the members of the mid-19th-century Red Boat Opera Company.